leggie

leggie

(ˈlɛɡɪ)
n
1. a leg break
2. a bowler of leg breaks
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Stuart Veall made 53 when Crumlin batted, Gareth Davies 33 and Rob Davies 31, but leg spinner Dave Weller took 4-40 for Monkswood, John Storey had 3-15 and their other leggie Mike Watkins 3-36 and Crumlin were 17 runs short.
Those words had no doubt wound up leggie Lawrence, who had first played Huddersfield League cricket for Kirkburton in the 1930s
Neil did very well in the first half, though in the second he looked a bit leggie and Llewellyn played in three different positions as he usually does and did well in all of them,' added Smith.
His 85 eclipsed the century he scored in India last winter with the Aussie attack the finest in the world even without leggie Shane Warne.
It is said that the legendary leggie has dropped out of the game to celebrate Christmas with fiancee Elizabeth Hurley and her family in England, News.
Despite taking 15 wickets so far, the leggie also holds the record for conceding the most number of sixes in this year's IPL.
They have lost leggie Piyush Chawla, whose two-match stint was outstanding, but welcome back Yasir Arafat to enhance an already decent bowling attack.
The duo slowly build the partnership before Rahane was sent back by leggie Amit Mishra in the 15th over.
He looked like he had settled in for the long haul before a false drive at leggie Amit Mishra had him caught and bowled.
The Sharjah stadium pitch has been relaid and is likely to help spinners, with leggie Yasir Shah, who took eight wickets in Dubai, and left-armer Zulfiqar Babar, who managed three wickets, playing a key role.
Rajasthan also won both the teams' meetings last season after Kolkata looked in control - one on boundary count following a tied match when James Faulkner took out the Knight Riders' middle order and a tied super-over, the other after leggie Pravin Tambe claimed a hat-trick to help defend 160 cosily.
Chopwell/GEM are likely to hand a delayed debut to 16-year-old leggie Amaan Ul-Haq when they entertain Blyth, the visitors bolstered by the availability of both Surjit Singh and Cameron Walker who were missing from last week's washout.